Scrotal Ultrasound

Scrotal Ultrasound
Small Parts (Thyroid, Scrotal, Hernia)


High-resolution ultrasound imaging is the primary screening modality for most testicular pathology. Ultrasound is used to evaluate the scrotum for inflammatory processes, tumor detection, trauma, torsion, hernia, or undescended testis.

Thyroid Ultrasound

Thyroid Ultrasound
Thyroid Ultrasound Scan


Ultrasound of the thyroid is usually ordered by a healthcare provider as a result of an abnormal physical exam or abnormal thyroid lab values. Ultrasound is used to evaluate the size of the gland, the texture, and evaluate for lesions.

Frequently Asked Questions about Scrotal Ultrasounds

- No. The ultrasound exam will not be painful at all.
- The sonographer uses warm ultrasound gel and very light pressure from the transducer to image the testicles and scrotal contents.
No, there is no preparation needed before having a scrotal ultrasound.
Sound Health Imaging contracts with Proscan Reading Services to read our exams. They are fellowship-trained, board-certified radiologists with subspecialty training.
- The scrotal ultrasound exam will be read by the radiologist within 24 hours of your study unless the study indicates need for results sooner.
- The results will be sent directly to your referring provider the week-day after your exam.
We are Preferred Providers with all major insurances and bill globally for the exam plus the radiologist reading fee so patients don’t receive a separate billing from the radiologist. We also bill secondary insurances and accept all major credit cards.
- As a patient, you have a choice where your diagnostic ultrasound is performed.
- A physician’s order is required for the scrotal ultrasound.
- When you see your healthcare provider, let them know you would like to have your ultrasound scheduled at Sound Health Imaging. Or, after you see your physician, you can call our office and make your ultrasound appointment and then bring your doctor’s order with you at the time of exam.

Frequently Asked Questions about Thyroid Ultrasounds

No, there is no prep for a thyroid ultrasound.
Sound Health Imaging contracts with Proscan Reading Services to read our exams. They are fellowship-trained, board-certified radiologists with subspecialty training.
- The Thyroid ultrasound exam will be read by the radiologist within 24 hours of your study.
- The results will be sent directly to your referring provider the week-day after your exam.
We are Preferred Providers with all major insurances and bill globally for the exam plus the radiologist reading fee so patients don’t receive a separate billing from the radiologist. We also bill secondary insurances and accept all major credit cards.
- As a patient, you have a choice where your diagnostic ultrasound is performed.
- A physician’s order is required for the Thyroid ultrasound.
- When you see your healthcare provider, let them know you would like to have your ultrasound scheduled at Sound Health Imaging. Or, after you see your physician, you can call our office and make your ultrasound appointment and then bring your doctor’s order with you at the time of exam.